A look at who the SaaS players, companies, VCs, and startups in Australasia are, including what it takes to succeed, which are the hotspots, and what SaaStock events are happening.
What does it take to create and keep a great company culture? Kirsti Grant, Co-founder of Populate and HOP Ventures has been aiming to answer that and has a guide on how not to destroy company culture. All starts with strategic alignment.
On this week’s episode, we bring you another great speaker we will host at SaaStock Oceania – Ashik Ahmed, CEO and CTO of Deputy. Ashik will talk about the shit he wishes he knew as he was growing the company. One of the central themes in that is the learning curve in making better decisions, which is the subject of this week’s podcast.
The latest guest on the SaaS Revolution Show is Alex Fala, CEO of New Zealand company Vend. One of the speakers at SaaStock Oceania, which takes place on December 6th in Sydney, he gives a taster of the topic he will cover extensively at the event: how to hire executives without using the Silicon Valley playbook, which Alex deems irrelevant unless you are the hottest company in the Bay area.
On this week’s episode, we host one the SaaStock Oceania speakers – Dale Clareburt, CEO and Co-founder of Weirdly to talk about diversity and inclusion.
We have put together an incredible roster of speakers for SaaStock Oceania. From international SaaS stars, travelling thousands of miles to help the ecosystem, to the local heroes growing companies by following the vernacular playbook in mind, they make up what is a truly spectacular line-up that promises to produce many insights on the day.
Australia and New Zealand may be far away from the U.S. and Europe geographically, but SaaS in Oceania is as interesting and is as flourishing. This is due both to the increased uptake of Saas in companies but also because some of the companies born in Oceania are raised as global contenders. We have all…